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Wednesday, May 8 • 3:00pm - 4:45pm
Building a Highly Resilient Software Update/WSUS Infrastructure

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Everybody patches, and nowadays there is a lot of overhead to keep WSUS healthy and patches rolling. At large scale, your WSUS infrastructure can be even more unruly. In this session, learn how to build out the infrastructure, monitor for failures, and configure your environment to keep things running smoothly in the event of scan or sync failures. This session will cover all the bases!

What you will learn:
  • Maximize WSUS, SQL, and IIS for large software update catalogs and large client counts
  • Put a process in place when failures occur to limit the backlog
  • Monitor WSUS scans and syncs to catch issues before the backlog gets too big

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Bryan Dam

Patch Lover Extraordinaire, Patch My PC
After 15 years as a system administrator, most recently at a large Midwest supermarket, I've spent the last few as a software developer focused on trying to solve the day-to-day problems facing system adminsitrators. I'm active in the online support communities and most days you'll... Read More →
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Daniel Ratliff

Lead Systems Engineer, Humana Inc.
Daniel Ratliff is a Lead Systems Engineer focusing on Enterprise Windows Administration and Modern Device Management. He loves working with technologies such as MEMCM, OSD, and PowerShell while sharing their success with others. He frequents Twitter, /r/SCCM, WinAdmins Discord... Read More →

Wednesday May 8, 2019 3:00pm - 4:45pm CDT
Lakes B
  Systems Management, Updates
  • Skill Level Deep Dive